Opposition urges PM Modi to repeal farm legal guidelines, says legal guidelines withdrawn throughout British rule too
The Congress chief Ghulam Nabi Azad on Wednesday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to withdraw the three contentious farm legal guidelines that triggered a large protest by farmers throughout the nation. Throughout a debate on the farm legislations, Azad voiced the united stand of the opposition and stated the British too had as soon as repealed a farm regulation ruling its rule.
The farmers protest is being mentioned within the parliament in a 15-hour-slot after the federal government had agreed to it. The dialogue is happening within the Rajya Sabha the place the query hour is suspended for 2 days. The 16 opposition events had demanded a 5-hour-long dialogue on the farmers protest, which the federal government had agreed to extend to 15 hours.
Through the dialogue, Azad condemned the unprecedented violence within the nationwide capital on Republic Day including that strict actions ought to be taken in opposition to the culprits. A tractor rally organised by farmers to represent their protests and strengthen their demand of repealing the legal guidelines had turned rogue on Republic day that brought on the loss of life of 1 protester and left 300 police personnel injured.
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Referring to the huge safety deployment on the Delhi-Uttar Pradesh border in Ghazipur, Samajwadi Get together chief Ram Gopal Yadav stated the form of safety association that’s there in Ghazipur will not be there even on the Pakistan border.
BJP Rajya Sabha member Vijaypal Singh Tomar, in the meantime, strongly pushed for the agricultural legal guidelines.